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Cavani and Telles about to join. Critical/weakest areas of the team still not addressed, and strongest area of the team over-addressed (GK). Henderson (who is too good to be a sub) was brought back to the club to sit on the bench, while Romero (who was the best number 2 GK in the EPL) is not even 3rd choice anymore. Speaking of Romero, his wife is not happy:

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I fully agree, he has been used and abused by incompetent management, he should leave ASAP, same applies to Fred, let OGS publicly come out and state his reasons for not playing Romero, he cannot be any worse than De Gea

Your coach is a muppet, he is just a face while the real coach is Fergie's side kick. The shambles going on in United is best enjoyed as a comedy.


you mean Mike Phelan? they are running united like a mafia organization, we only spend when we do not qualify for champions league, that is the main aim of the board, champions league means more money in the pocket of Woodward and the Glazers, they will pretty much run united to the ground, OGS is just the face of these gangsters

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marko wrote:
oloye wrote:
marko wrote:
wiseone wrote:
Cavani and Telles about to join. Critical/weakest areas of the team still not addressed, and strongest area of the team over-addressed (GK). Henderson (who is too good to be a sub) was brought back to the club to sit on the bench, while Romero (who was the best number 2 GK in the EPL) is not even 3rd choice anymore. Speaking of Romero, his wife is not happy:

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I fully agree, he has been used and abused by incompetent management, he should leave ASAP, same applies to Fred, let OGS publicly come out and state his reasons for not playing Romero, he cannot be any worse than De Gea

Your coach is a muppet, he is just a face while the real coach is Fergie's side kick. The shambles going on in United is best enjoyed as a comedy.


you mean Mike Phelan? they are running united like a mafia organization, we only spend when we do not qualify for champions league, that is the main aim of the board, champions league means more money in the pocket of Woodward and the Glazers, they will pretty much run united to the ground, OGS is just the face of these gangsters


Nobody should feel any pity for Ole.
When he came in after Jose he said stuff like the squad is good enough, just needs to be have and be given freedom to do the simple things.
He thought he was smarter tha Jose.

Let him work hard, he is getting paid millions a year.
Even if he of fired, he knows what he signed up for.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 06, 2020 11:53 am 
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marko wrote:
oloye wrote:
marko wrote:
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Cavani and Telles about to join. Critical/weakest areas of the team still not addressed, and strongest area of the team over-addressed (GK). Henderson (who is too good to be a sub) was brought back to the club to sit on the bench, while Romero (who was the best number 2 GK in the EPL) is not even 3rd choice anymore. Speaking of Romero, his wife is not happy:

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I fully agree, he has been used and abused by incompetent management, he should leave ASAP, same applies to Fred, let OGS publicly come out and state his reasons for not playing Romero, he cannot be any worse than De Gea

Your coach is a muppet, he is just a face while the real coach is Fergie's side kick. The shambles going on in United is best enjoyed as a comedy.


you mean Mike Phelan? they are running united like a mafia organization, we only spend when we do not qualify for champions league, that is the main aim of the board, champions league means more money in the pocket of Woodward and the Glazers, they will pretty much run united to the ground, OGS is just the face of these gangsters

Yes oh Marko, Phelan is the coach while Ole is just the muppet the puppet.

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benteke wrote:
marko wrote:
oloye wrote:
marko wrote:
wiseone wrote:
Cavani and Telles about to join. Critical/weakest areas of the team still not addressed, and strongest area of the team over-addressed (GK). Henderson (who is too good to be a sub) was brought back to the club to sit on the bench, while Romero (who was the best number 2 GK in the EPL) is not even 3rd choice anymore. Speaking of Romero, his wife is not happy:

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I fully agree, he has been used and abused by incompetent management, he should leave ASAP, same applies to Fred, let OGS publicly come out and state his reasons for not playing Romero, he cannot be any worse than De Gea

Your coach is a muppet, he is just a face while the real coach is Fergie's side kick. The shambles going on in United is best enjoyed as a comedy.


you mean Mike Phelan? they are running united like a mafia organization, we only spend when we do not qualify for champions league, that is the main aim of the board, champions league means more money in the pocket of Woodward and the Glazers, they will pretty much run united to the ground, OGS is just the face of these gangsters


Nobody should feel any pity for Ole.
When he came in after Jose he said stuff like the squad is good enough, just needs to be have and be given freedom to do the simple things.
He thought he was smarter tha Jose.

Let him work hard, he is getting paid millions a year.
Even if he of fired, he knows what he signed up for.

When they bring you in as a puppet what do you expect him to say. Someone who was fired at Cardiff, what kind of players has he worked with before they brought him in. So he is not lying when he said the players are good enough, look at the context that inspired his statement, he has never had the opportunity to coach those kind of players :lol:

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oloye wrote:
benteke wrote:
marko wrote:
oloye wrote:
marko wrote:
wiseone wrote:
Cavani and Telles about to join. Critical/weakest areas of the team still not addressed, and strongest area of the team over-addressed (GK). Henderson (who is too good to be a sub) was brought back to the club to sit on the bench, while Romero (who was the best number 2 GK in the EPL) is not even 3rd choice anymore. Speaking of Romero, his wife is not happy:

Image


I fully agree, he has been used and abused by incompetent management, he should leave ASAP, same applies to Fred, let OGS publicly come out and state his reasons for not playing Romero, he cannot be any worse than De Gea

Your coach is a muppet, he is just a face while the real coach is Fergie's side kick. The shambles going on in United is best enjoyed as a comedy.


you mean Mike Phelan? they are running united like a mafia organization, we only spend when we do not qualify for champions league, that is the main aim of the board, champions league means more money in the pocket of Woodward and the Glazers, they will pretty much run united to the ground, OGS is just the face of these gangsters


Nobody should feel any pity for Ole.
When he came in after Jose he said stuff like the squad is good enough, just needs to be have and be given freedom to do the simple things.
He thought he was smarter tha Jose.

Let him work hard, he is getting paid millions a year.
Even if he of fired, he knows what he signed up for.

When they bring you in as a puppet what do you expect him to say. Someone who was fired at Cardiff, what kind of players has he worked with before they brought him in. So he is not lying when he said the players are good enough, look at the context that inspired his statement, he has never had the opportunity to coach those kind of players :lol:


he has proven to be a terrible coach! they are using the transfer window as a smokescreen, is that the reason why united lost to Crystal palace? poor coaching, no system, terrible game management, look at Lukaku who we all abused, i am the first to apologise but i should know better, 38 goals in his first season at Inter Milan, the system did not suit him, soon the likes of Bruno will turn into a crap player, the board does not have the balls to sack OGS or they will be exposed for their incompetence, i believe he has already lost the dressing room

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Cavani might not be so bad a buy. He does address the lack of a focal point (still don't get why Ighalo was bought). On the CB issue, United has 6 first team CBs with Smalling leaving (Jones, Bailly, Lindelof, Maguire, Tuanzebe, Fosu Mensah). I can imagine the board refusing to sign another one until a few are sold.

The United first squad is quite big. I can imagine no purchases until players are sold.

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Cristao II wrote:
Cavani might not be so bad a buy. He does address the lack of a focal point (still don't get why Ighalo was bought). On the CB issue, United has 6 first team CBs with Smalling leaving (Jones, Bailly, Lindelof, Maguire, Tuanzebe, Fosu Mensah). I can imagine the board refusing to sign another one until a few are sold.

The United first squad is quite big. I can imagine no purchases until players are sold.


Issue is, nobody will buy Phil Jones, Lingard and some of our defenders, the club will go down soon!

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...was Cavani not at United some time ago? What made think he can fit in now, older and spent in France.


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Cavani? Forlan maybe, big Ed, surely not.


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Cristao II wrote:
Cavani might not be so bad a buy. He does address the lack of a focal point (still don't get why Ighalo was bought). On the CB issue, United has 6 first team CBs with Smalling leaving (Jones, Bailly, Lindelof, Maguire, Tuanzebe, Fosu Mensah). I can imagine the board refusing to sign another one until a few are sold.

The United first squad is quite big. I can imagine no purchases until players are sold.

The 1problem with this team is coaching and tactics. Their approach is sooo predictable, it seems to bother on just having certain players on the field rather than what these players are supposed to be doing.

At some point in time it would also look like the selection is about just looking at the players in the dressing and saying hey it is your turn today.

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I even forgot that Rojo is still at the club. 7 CBs.

Compare to Spurs - 4 nos CB - Dier, Sanchez, Alderweireld, Tanganga,

CCV and Foyth are out on loan. Ben Davies can also play CB.

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oloye wrote:
Cristao II wrote:
Cavani might not be so bad a buy. He does address the lack of a focal point (still don't get why Ighalo was bought). On the CB issue, United has 6 first team CBs with Smalling leaving (Jones, Bailly, Lindelof, Maguire, Tuanzebe, Fosu Mensah). I can imagine the board refusing to sign another one until a few are sold.

The United first squad is quite big. I can imagine no purchases until players are sold.

The 1problem with this team is coaching and tactics. Their approach is sooo predictable, it seems to bother on just having certain players on the field rather than what these players are supposed to be doing.

At some point in time it would also look like the selection is about just looking at the players in the dressing and saying hey it is your turn today.


To be honest, I really don't know. It could also be that they are slow starters. I am inclined to agree as on paper that is a very good squad aside from their weaknesses in the FB slots.

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Cristao II wrote:
oloye wrote:
Cristao II wrote:
Cavani might not be so bad a buy. He does address the lack of a focal point (still don't get why Ighalo was bought). On the CB issue, United has 6 first team CBs with Smalling leaving (Jones, Bailly, Lindelof, Maguire, Tuanzebe, Fosu Mensah). I can imagine the board refusing to sign another one until a few are sold.

The United first squad is quite big. I can imagine no purchases until players are sold.

The 1problem with this team is coaching and tactics. Their approach is sooo predictable, it seems to bother on just having certain players on the field rather than what these players are supposed to be doing.

At some point in time it would also look like the selection is about just looking at the players in the dressing and saying hey it is your turn today.


To be honest, I really don't know. It could also be that they are slow starters. I am inclined to agree as on paper that is a very good squad aside from their weaknesses in the FB slots.


First problem is motivation. Those players have become LAZY. No hunger or fire in them. Just check how many kms covered by players of other teams. Most are already overpaid so lack ambition.

Secondly is lack of a plan. Purchases by Man U are hardly strategic. They just overpay and place players on ridiculous salaries. Now they are having plenty over the hill players.

Next are some ignorant fans who thought they are as good as PSG

You want to count the number of coaches who has failed since Sir Alex left? Problem is hardly coaching

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wanaj0 wrote:
Cristao II wrote:
oloye wrote:
Cristao II wrote:
Cavani might not be so bad a buy. He does address the lack of a focal point (still don't get why Ighalo was bought). On the CB issue, United has 6 first team CBs with Smalling leaving (Jones, Bailly, Lindelof, Maguire, Tuanzebe, Fosu Mensah). I can imagine the board refusing to sign another one until a few are sold.

The United first squad is quite big. I can imagine no purchases until players are sold.

The 1problem with this team is coaching and tactics. Their approach is sooo predictable, it seems to bother on just having certain players on the field rather than what these players are supposed to be doing.

At some point in time it would also look like the selection is about just looking at the players in the dressing and saying hey it is your turn today.


To be honest, I really don't know. It could also be that they are slow starters. I am inclined to agree as on paper that is a very good squad aside from their weaknesses in the FB slots.


First problem is motivation. Those players have become LAZY. No hunger or fire in them. Just check how many kms covered by players of other teams. Most are already overpaid so lack ambition.

Secondly is lack of a plan. Purchases by Man U are hardly strategic. They just overpay and place players on ridiculous salaries. Now they are having plenty over the hill players.

Next are some ignorant fans who thought they are as good as PSG

You want to count the number of coaches who has failed since Sir Alex left? Problem is hardly coaching


United have a better footballing history in comparison to PSG, facts! yes we sucker punched them like other teams do, yes PSG on current form are the better side, facts! united have become a marketing footballing side, everything we do, money is the main intention, when we bought Ighalo, Woodward was looking at the Nigerian market, did he fit into the philosophy? do we even have any philosophy? The Glazers are only concerned about the dividends, well OGS in charge, this is the season when we will finally in the bottom half of the league

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The transfer "policy" (if there is such a thing) at the club is mind boggling:

1) They seem to strengthen the areas of the team where the club is already strong (GK, attacking midfield) and ingore the areas where the team needed reinforcement (DM, RW, CF). e.g. Henderson is an England international GK. However what was the point of bringing him back to the club to sit on the bench when Utd already has two class GKs in DDG and Romero? Not only was it not necessary but it is also bad for Henderson's career in a season where he needs to play first team games to make England's squad for the Euros.
Another e.g.: Van De Beek is a very good player. However was he really the priority when the club already has Pogba, Bruno, Johnny Kills, Lingard, and Pereira as AMs?

2) The club lacks pace at the back and a striker who can hold up the ball. So they sold their quickest defender (Smalling) and one of the few strikers in world football who can bully defenders, and who had scored nearly 60 goals in the prior 2 seasons (Lukaku). 1 year after selling him they "replaced" him with an injury prone striker who is 6 years older, coming to the end of his career, and who not played a competitive game for nearly a year.


Cristao II wrote:
Cavani might not be so bad a buy. He does address the lack of a focal point (still don't get why Ighalo was bought). On the CB issue, United has 6 first team CBs with Smalling leaving (Jones, Bailly, Lindelof, Maguire, Tuanzebe, Fosu Mensah). I can imagine the board refusing to sign another one until a few are sold.

The United first squad is quite big. I can imagine no purchases until players are sold.


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marko wrote:
wanaj0 wrote:
Cristao II wrote:
oloye wrote:
Cristao II wrote:
Cavani might not be so bad a buy. He does address the lack of a focal point (still don't get why Ighalo was bought). On the CB issue, United has 6 first team CBs with Smalling leaving (Jones, Bailly, Lindelof, Maguire, Tuanzebe, Fosu Mensah). I can imagine the board refusing to sign another one until a few are sold.

The United first squad is quite big. I can imagine no purchases until players are sold.

The 1problem with this team is coaching and tactics. Their approach is sooo predictable, it seems to bother on just having certain players on the field rather than what these players are supposed to be doing.

At some point in time it would also look like the selection is about just looking at the players in the dressing and saying hey it is your turn today.


To be honest, I really don't know. It could also be that they are slow starters. I am inclined to agree as on paper that is a very good squad aside from their weaknesses in the FB slots.


First problem is motivation. Those players have become LAZY. No hunger or fire in them. Just check how many kms covered by players of other teams. Most are already overpaid so lack ambition.

Secondly is lack of a plan. Purchases by Man U are hardly strategic. They just overpay and place players on ridiculous salaries. Now they are having plenty over the hill players.

Next are some ignorant fans who thought they are as good as PSG

You want to count the number of coaches who has failed since Sir Alex left? Problem is hardly coaching


United have a better footballing history in comparison to PSG, facts! yes we sucker punched them like other teams do, yes PSG on current form are the better side, facts! united have become a marketing footballing side, everything we do, money is the main intention, when we bought Ighalo, Woodward was looking at the Nigerian market, did he fit into the philosophy? do we even have any philosophy? The Glazers are only concerned about the dividends, well OGS in charge, this is the season when we will finally in the bottom half of the league



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wiseone wrote:
The transfer "policy" (if there is such a thing) at the club is mind boggling:

1) They seem to strengthen the areas of the team where the club is already strong (GK, attacking midfield) and ingore the areas where the team needed reinforcement (DM, RW, CF). e.g. Henderson is an England international GK. However what was the point of bringing him back to the club to sit on the bench when Utd already has two class GKs in DDG and Romero? Not only was it not necessary but it is also bad for Henderson's career in a season where he needs to play first team games to make England's squad for the Euros.
Another e.g.: Van De Beek is a very good player. However was he really the priority when the club already has Pogba, Bruno, Johnny Kills, Lingard, and Pereira as AMs?

2) The club lacks pace at the back and a striker who can hold up the ball. So they sold their quickest defender (Smalling) and one of the few strikers in world football who can bully defenders, and who had scored nearly 60 goals in the prior 2 seasons (Lukaku). 1 year after selling him they "replaced" him with an injury prone striker who is 6 years older, coming to the end of his career, and who not played a competitive game for nearly a year.


Cristao II wrote:
Cavani might not be so bad a buy. He does address the lack of a focal point (still don't get why Ighalo was bought). On the CB issue, United has 6 first team CBs with Smalling leaving (Jones, Bailly, Lindelof, Maguire, Tuanzebe, Fosu Mensah). I can imagine the board refusing to sign another one until a few are sold.

The United first squad is quite big. I can imagine no purchases until players are sold.


Due to no footballing director, we are all over the place, transfer policy in shambles, the Henderson stuff baffles me, how can we keep 3 class goal keepers, does not make sense, my club is badly run, OGS will be the fall guy as usual, i expect him to be sacked within a month

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The Glazers do not live in the UK so do not care what we think about them! Woodward and OGS are the ones on the firing line and once it gets too hot for Woodward to handle, he will do the cowardly thing as usual and get rid of OGS! as for the coach, his job is on the line, the next round of fixtures will do him no favour, he has already been exposed for his lack of tactical competence by lesser teams, Mourinho came to serve his death warrant of all people, if he has any balls, he better start playing certain people in their right position and please do not put Pogba anywhere near our defence, i mean that is not rocket science, Pogga had his best goal ratio for united when he was in an attacking position, so why play him in a CDM role? Player like Ndidi could have easily fitted into the Matic role and will do a better job at it but united do not buy players for a system, all they think is selling jerseys!

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I think i had just arrived into UK when the Glazer take over was in full motion, and United fans where protesting with the green and yellow flags in every home game, and others broke to form FC United.
It was an interesting saga to follow.
That was the time when United fans should have doubled down and even petitioned the gvt to get involved and block that takeover.

Whatever they are doing now is just farting against the wind, it only serves to pass time during the lockdown


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saw Pogba play for France last night and he was doing all the simple things plus a lot more, difference when you have other quality players besides you and a certain Kante! hope OGS watched the game last night, that is how to play Pogba!

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Why the surprise in United’s bungling performance in the transfer window. The first sign of dwindling confidence in the manager, is a tightening of the purse strings. It makes absolutely no sense to back Ole so handsomely in the marketplace, when beliefs of his ineptitude lie neath smile and pleasantries. United are waiting for the opportune time to relieve Mazi Ole Gunnar Osuofia of his weighty burden.


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Why the surprise in United’s bungling performance in the transfer window. The first sign of dwindling confidence in the manager, is a tightening of the purse strings. It makes absolutely no sense to back Ole so handsomely in the marketplace, when beliefs of his ineptitude lie neath smile and pleasantries. United are waiting for the opportune time to relieve Mazi Ole Gunnar Osuofia of his weighty burden.


But they hired him despite his managerial incompetence, if they brought him in to steer the ship, fine, long term, perhaps not, he cannot organize our defence for starters, are they that bad? i think not, we cannot have Matic as our holding midfielder, experience yes but tool old, he actually reminds me of Busquets, brilliant player but no longer has the legs, the next round of fixtures will do OGS no favours, i will expect him to play a 3-5-2 to make sure we do not lose to Newcastle

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